Commerce Calls For Duties On French Chemical Imports
Law360 (May 15, 2019, 7:56 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Commerce has placed an early round of duties on imports of a chemical compound from France after finding that the merchandise was unfairly priced, but declined to make the same finding for Austrian imports.
In a preliminary finding announced Tuesday, Commerce called for a 30.32% anti-dumping duty on strontium chromate imports from France, in response to a petition for investigation from Lumimove Inc., which does business as WPC Technologies.
For Austria, Commerce looked only at one respondent in the investigation, Habich GmbH, and determined there was only a 1.24% dumping rate, which didn't justify duties. For France,...
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